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Treatment of Chronic Bronchitis Copd. is My Bronchitis

You have bronchitis, you know how horrible it can make you feel. You probably feel like the only thing you ever get done is cough, hack, and wheeze. Not to mention the phlegm! Gross, right?



  • Usually, with bronchitis, contagious or chronic, there will be a dry cough at the beginning.
  • This will soon turn into a 'wet' cough that is accompanied by fever, exhaustion and headaches.
  • This article serves as a representative for the meaning of Bronchitis Antibiotics in the library of knowledge.
  • Let it represent knowledge well.





  • Bronchitis is broken down into two different types.
  • The first you got acute bronchitis.
  • This is the kind that makes bronchitis contagious, because it is caused by influenza, the common chest cold, or an infection.



The other kind of bronchitis is chronic bronchitis. This produces similar symptoms and signs as acute bronchitis, but is caused by different things. Smoking, second hand smoke, a virus, or something else. This usually isn't the kind of things that acute bronchitis symptoms contagious. However, it's no less annoying. Slang is one thing that has not been included in this composition on Bronchitis Naturally. It is because slang only induces bad English, and loses the value of English.

There are different natural remedies for bronchitis however, the best kind of natural treatment for bronchitis, contagious or chronic, is a blend of different natural ingredients that target the root causes. We needed lots of concentration while writing on Types Bronchitis alcohol matter we had collected was very specific and important. Evil or Very Mad



  • One thing that is common for both types of bronchitis is that antibiotics don't do any good.
  • Quite simply, most bronchitis, contagious or not, is not affected by antibiotics.



The biggest question on your mind is probably, "Is my bronchitis contagious?" The answer is that acute forms of bronchitis are very contagious and could easily be spread to everyone you come in contact with. Bronchitis is not something you probably want to share. The magnitude of information available on Bronchitis Naturally can be found out by reading the following matter on Bronchitis Naturally. We ourselves were surprised at the amount!



  • One way to deal with the antibiotic problem is to find a cure for your bronchitis that is all natural.
  • This will ensure that you are not damaging your body with useless drugs.
  • Your acute bronchitis can actually be contagious for as long as you are experiencing symptoms!
  • Those who have bronchitis for 6 months or more should get checked for other serious health conditions.



Virus causes acute bronchitis and antibiotics do nothing for viral infections. Antibiotics are useful for treating bacterial infections only, and on top of that, they're not good for your health. You could be causing more problems with your body. Antibiotics are even known to create more infections, and especially yeast infections. If there is the slightest possibility of you not getting to understand the matter that is written here on Bronchitis Contagious, we have some advice to be given. Use a dictionary!



  • Commonly, what makes bronchitis contagious is an infection of some sort that causes wheezing, coughing, and hacking.
  • This is very hard for people to work through.
  • It can be very unnerving to have to suffer with bronchitis, contagious or not.
  • To know whether bronchitis is contagious or not, you need to know something about the types, causes, and symptoms of the disorder.
  • What is Chronic Bronchitis?



How Contagious is Bronchitis?

Certain types of bronchitis such as asthmatic bronchitis is not contagious because virus or bacteria have no role to play here. This condition is contagious only when bacteria or virus are transferred from person to person by direct or indirect contact. When an infected person coughs or sneezes, fluid from his or her nose or mouth can spread to others around him or her. This article serves as a representative for the meaning of Chronic Bronchitis Patients in the library of knowledge. Let it represent knowledge well.

Href='http://trentcook.phpbb.so/bronchitis-coughing-f10/emphysema-chronic-bronchitis-and-oil-pulling-and-the-alternati-t6.html'>Emphysema chronic bronchitis The symptoms of chronic bronchitis includes difficulty in breathing, breathlessness, wheezing, pain in the chest, productive cough, and discomfort. The typical chronic bronchitis cough, intense and persistent, is also known as "smoker's cough." These symptoms are persistent and intensify as the disease progresses. During the initial stages of bronchitis, patients notice its symptoms either in the evening or in the morning.

People suffering from chronic bronchitis are more susceptible to all sorts of infection and do not respond easily to medication. The condition does not respond to antibiotics as well as acute bronchitis does. This is because the excess mucus produced by the bronchial tubes is an excellent ground for the rapid multiplication of bacteria and other infection-causing organisms. Slang is one thing that has not been included in this composition on Bronchitis Treatment. It is because slang only induces bad English, and loses the value of English.

The Person Has Been Suffering from the Condition

For more than ten days, there is no danger of the condition being contagious; this is the aftermath of bronchitis. We needed lots of concentration while writing on Types Bronchitis as the matter we had collected was very specific and important.

Causes of Bronchitis

Smoking is not the only major cause of chronic bronchitis although the ailment is commonly seen among regular smokers. Smoking in itself does not cause the disease; but it facilitates the multiplication of bacteria and thereby slows the healing process in the respiratory tissues. Continuous exposure to pollutants such as hazardous chemicals, smoke, or dust is responsible for chronic bronchitis.

Chronic bronchitis, there is inflammation of the mucosal membranes of the bronchial tubes due to infection, a condition that leads to an excess in the production of mucus. This extra mucus disrupts the normal breathing processes by blocking the air passages and preventing the entry of sufficient quantity of air into the lungs. The magnitude of information available on Asthmatic Bronchitis can be found out by reading the following matter on Asthmatic Bronchitis. We ourselves were surprised at the amount!



  • Since viruses complete their life cycle in a few days, bronchitis that follows a viral cold is not contagious.
  • However, the condition is contagious if the patient still displays symptoms of cold.



Factors such as industrial pollution are also responsible for chronic bronchitis. Most patients of chronic bronchitis are coal miners, metal molders, and grain handler. Many of them work in the midst of dust. Atmospheres high in sulfur dioxide can also aggravate the symptoms of chronic bronchitis.

Bronchitis can also spread when common vessels and drinking glasses are shared or when handkerchiefs or tissues used by an infected person are touched. If there is the slightest possibility of you not getting to understand the matter that is written here on Acute Bronchitis, we have some advice to be given. Use a dictionary!



  • Chronic bronchitis is usually accompanied by pulmonary problems such as pneumonia and emphysema.
  • With the passage of time, chronic bronchitis patients suffer from poor oxygenation and hypoventilation.
  • Lack of oxygen results in cyanosis, a condition characterized by a bluish tinge on the skin that suggests the presence of pneumonia or emphysema.
  • When acute bronchitis is neglected or wrongly treated, it often progresses to chronic bronchitis or some other pulmonary disorder.
  • On the other hand, infection of the lungs is responsible for acute bronchitis.
  • About ten percent of acute bronchitis is bacterial while ninety percent is viral.
  • When a person is continuously affected by acute bronchitis, his or her bronchial tubes are weakened, and this paves the way for chronic bronchitis.
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Difficulties of Treating Chronic Bronchitis

Medical science has still not found appropriate medicines to cure this condition. It focuses on relieving the symptoms of this condition in order to prevent it from proceeding to more complicated stages. The disease can last for three months a year for two consecutive years, and there can always be a relapse. Maintaining the value of Contagious Bronchitis was the main reason for writing this article. Only in this way will the future know more about Contagious Bronchitis.



  • Introduction: Before trying to get rid of mucous it is pertinent to know what it is and what causes it.
  • Mucous is a contagion, which is caused by bacteria.
  • In short, the bacteria that causes cold generally causes mucous.



Mucous in the Throat Region

Have you been suffering from mucous in the throat? Then all you need to do is to breathe in the vapours of hot water, which could be added with mint leaves or lemon juice. The vapour would dilute the mucous, which would be expelled when you cough. There is a lot of jargon connected with Mucous Bronchitis. However, we have eliminated the difficult ones, and only used the ones understood by everyone.

Mucous in Bronchitis

To get rid of mucous in bronchitis you can also use apple cider vinegar. Just add a couple of teaspoon full of apple cider vinegar in a hot cup of water, not steaming hot though, and drink it. You are sure to find immediate relief as you will actually feel the mucous go away. Smile

When Do You Get Affected by Mucous?

Most of them suffering from mucous are affected during the winter season. How to get rid of mucous the natural way? Sometimes, what we hear about Bronchitis Throat can prove to be rather hilarious and illogical. This is why we have introduced this side of Bronchitis Throat to you.

Mucous in the Nostrils

Well, the procedure to get rid of the mucous in the nostrils is commonly known as irrigation. All you have to do is take a mixture of water and sea water. Pour this mixture into one of your nostrils and wait till it is released out through another nostril. Though it may sound very difficult, you would be surprised to hear that irrigation is a time tested method. Also, it is one of the most inexpensive processes. Initially you may find it tough, but practice makes it perfect. With nature cure you can be rest assured that there will be no side effects. It is advisable to follow this method to get rid of mucous in the nose. It was at the spur of the moment that we ventured to write something about Bronchitis. Such is the amount of matter that is available on Bronchitis. Evil or Very Mad

Where are Mucous Generally Found?

Mucous are found in the sinus area, which is near the eyes and nose, bronchitis and throat. You need to do away with the mucous in the early stages itself, as it could turn out to be highly irritating and disturb your daily routine. We have written a humorous anecdote on Mucous Bronchitis to make it's reading more enjoyable and interesting to you. This way you learn there is a funny side to Mucous Bronchitis too!

Antibiotic overuse (especially for the common cold) has led to antibiotic resistance. Natural antibiotics and anti viral herbs that may boost immune system are discussed, plus the types of cold and flu, and cough and cold in a weak immune system.

Tiredness, Qi deficiency, & Weakness The fight may take so much of your energy that you can do nothing but lay in bed. You may also lose your appetite, which is a sign of qi deficiency in OM. Some people are more constitutionally weaker from birth, especially those with childhood asthma and allergies. These are often metal or water type people. They need to be especially vigilant in prevention. It is only because that we are rather fluent on the subject of Chronic Bronchitis that we have ventured on writing something so influential on Chronic Bronchitis like this!

Superbacteria Medical professionals are now concerned about antibiotic-resistant 'superbacteria.' These superbacteria have evolved because of inappropriate medical prescriptions. Antibiotics are effective only against bacteria, not against viruses. MD's and DO's often prescribed antibiotics to pacify patients who refused to leave the doctor's office without them - even when the doctor knew the antibiotic would not help. The problem is that we are running out of antibiotic drugs; there is a finite number of them. It is thought that, in the future, the more complex treatment agents such as natural herbs may be our only defense. Although there was a lot of fluctuation in the writing styles of we independent writers, we have come up with an end product on Bronchitis worth reading! Laughing

Wind-Heat * Symptoms: Feeling of heat, fever more than chills, sore throat or cough, body aches, red eyes, irritability * Herb Formulas: More sore throat - Honeysuckle & Forsythia Formula; More cough - Mulberry & Chrysanthemum Formula * Kitchen Medicine: Mint or chysanthemum tea (cooling) When a child shows a flicker of understanding when talking about Bronchitis, we feel that the objective of the meaning of Bronchitis being spread, being achieved.

Types of Colds and Flu in Oriental Medicine Wind-Cold * Symptoms: Feeling of cold, chills more than fever, cough, congestion, fatigue * Herb Formulas: if no sweating - Ephedra Formula; if more body aches - Kudzu Tincture * Kitchen Medicine: Fresh ginger or garlic tea (warming) It is only through sheer determination that we were able to complete this composition on Chronic Bronchitis. Determination, and regular time table for writing helps in writing essays, reports and articles.

Vulnerability occurs particularly when you are tired, or from excessive environmental influences like cold, heat, dryness, and dampness- each of these is associated with a season when that pathogen is more prevalent We have to be very flexible when talking to children about Bronchitis. They seem to interpret things in a different way from the way we see things! Very Happy.

These OM disease theories are not without controversy; some biomedical research has concluded that cold temperatures, for example, do not contribute to getting sick. However, since biomedicine only became aware of the immune system in the 1960's, and OM has been treating colds and flu's for thousands of years, I would slightly favor the application of OM. It is true that OM's theories may be inexact at the same time that the treatments is applies according to those theories are effective. In another thousand years, once biomedical researchers and OM practitioners have tested and sifted through OM theories and treatments, we will have a stronger, more accurate, and integrated medical system. Our dreams of writing a lengthy article on Bronchitis has finally materialized Through this article on Bronchitis. however, only if you acknowledge its use, will we feel gratitude for writing it! Idea

Most people don't realize that western biomedical understanding didn't include the immune system until very recently. The first vaccine was developed in the late 1800's, and most of the immune system was not understood until the 1960's. Oriental Medicine has been diagnosing and treating immune system diseases with herbs since as early as 150 A.D. when the first systematic book on externally contracted illnesses, the "Cold Damage Classic" was written. We found it rather unbelievable to find out that there is so much to learn on Chronic Bronchitis! Wonder if you could believe it after going through it!

Oriental Medicine Concepts of Immunity

Wei (pronounced 'way') qi ('chee') is the protective qi. This qi is thought to circulate in the more superficial levels (skin and muscles). In biomedical terms, it is probably not the entire immune system, but the part of it that deals with external invasions. Protective qi is controlled by Lung organ-system, and can be compromised by overwork, grief, smoking, not eating, and talking too much. Shocked

Chinese herbs have successfully treated and caused remission of viral hepatitis and AIDS. In clinical research studies on human beings, at least 15 herbs have been shown to stimulate the immune system and destroy viruses and bacteria (see next table). Chinese herbs appear to have an effect against bacteria and viruses directly, and they stimulate and strengthen the immune system (wei qi) in doing its job of ridding the body of pathogens. Remember that it is very important to have a disciplined mode of writing when writing. This is because it is difficult to complete something started if there is no discipline in writing especially when writing on Bronchitis Evil or Very Mad

15 Anti-Viral Chinese Herbs Proven Effective in Human Studies Andrographis (Chuan xin lian): Viral hepatitis, encephalitis B, herpes zoster, viral influenza Astragalus (Huang qi): Restores immune function in immune suppression from chemotherapy, increases IgA, IgG, and interferon production Deer antler (Lu rong): Promotes lymphocyte transformation and treats leukopenia due to chronic benzene poisoning, promotes bone marrow function Ganoderma (Ling zhi): Treats hepatitis, chronic bronchitis, cardiovascular disease, altitude sickness, cancer (especially leukemia) Ginseng Ren shen: Increases resistance by stimulating adrenal gland via pituitary Isatis (Da qing ye, Ban lan gen): Encephalitis B, measles, mumps, infectious hepatitis, URTI Licorice (Gan cao): In pulmonary TB, it increased ESR - arthritis and hepatomegaly from hepatitis - acute and chronic hepatitis Lonicera (Jin yin hua): Severe acute pneumonia, bacillary dysntery Oldenlandia (Bai hua she she cao): Peritonitis, UTI, hepatitis, chronic bronchitis Phellodendron (Huang bai): Meningitis, dysentery, GI infection, conjunctivitis, UTI, candidal/trichomonal vaginitis Polygonum (He shou wu): Malaria Polygonum cuspidatum (Hu zhang): Lung infections, tonsillitis, hepatitis, RA, osteoarthritis Salvia (Dan shen): Hepatitis, SLE Siberian ginseng (Wu jia pi): Xue and qi xu - improves leukocyte count in 70% of leukopenic patients - caution when there is heat Sophora (Shan dou gen): Alkaloids effective in countering leukopenia due to radiation Viola (Zi hua di ding): TB Nothing abusive about Chronic Bronchitis have been intentionally added here. Whatever it is that we have added, is all informative and productive to you.

Fever is thought to be the 'heat of battle' between pathogenic and righteous qi. In OM, you have a fever if you feel hot, even if your thermometer shows a normal body temperature. Chills are a sign that the pathogen is winning, while fever is a sign that your body is winning. After many hopeless endeavors to produce something worthwhile on Chronic Bronchitis, this is what we have come up with. We are very hopeful about this!

Entrance of the Pathogen

The Lung (a system of correspondences including the lung, throat, nose, and skin) is the most exterior and most vulnerable organ. Sweating opens the pores, and 'wind' enters through pores. Wind can be thought of as the pathogen itself, since another quality (cold, damp, or heat, for example) is usually attached to describe the pathogen. Wind-heat, then, is the invasion of the body by a heat pathogen.

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